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COMMITTED TO THE CUSTODY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
copied, 29 pages.
By Megan Pants

I just want to torture Megan/ with my attempts at poetry.




BOSTON PUNK FLYERS SURVIVING THE POST-RAT ERA
free, newsprint.
By Megan Pants

Once I started going through them I began noticing how many of the clubs were not in Boston, or even Mass at all.


NO KIND OF SUPERSTAR
#3, ?, 8 1/2 X 11, 55 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Billed as the "punk, garage, psych, and power pop zine," it's a little too emo-friendly for my pure reading pleasure.


GO METRIC
#15, $2, 7' X 8 1/2 ', xeroxed, 66 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

On that tip, they interview Fugazi's Guy Piciiotto solely on his admiration of Queen, quizzing him on his first encounter, what made them tick, and album recommendations.


TMT
#20, $1, trades accepted, A5, xeroxed, 28 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

The interviews in this Australian zine are very conversational, but get to the point quickly. All in all, it's a zippy read.


WHIZZBANGER GUIDE TO ZINE DISTRIBUTORS
#6, $4, 8 1/2 X 11, spiral bound, 36 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

A very pragmatic guide. Useful.


DEADBEAT
#1 and #2, stamps/trade/donation, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, xeroxed 18 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

A brand new, Florida based fanzine that's got its heart in a good place, but is a little editorially loose.


SKATE AND ANNOY
Volume 2, Number 1, $2 ppd., 8 1/2 X7, xeroxed with color paper cover, 39 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

I learned the same company made Ziploc baggies, napalm, and faulty breast implants: Dow Chemical.


BIG TAKEOVER, THE
#50, $4.95, 8 1/2 x 11, full color cover, glossy stock, 295 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Typically difficult to interview bands open up to him, because, in more ways than one, he is one of them. A true, unwavering veteran.


HORIZONTAL ACTION
#9, $3, 8 ½ x 11, newsprint, 72 pgs.
By Toby Tober

It’s part punk rock’n’roll zine and part porn zine.


LOLLIPOP
#57
By Guest Contributor

“Let’s just put a little of everything in and then everyone will buy our magazine” is the impression you get when you read this. How pathetic.


GARAGE AND BEAT!
#6, $3.50, 8¼ x 10½, black and white, 54 pgs.
By bradley

 

Garage and Beat! will clue you in on some freaky (that’s in a good way, folks) bands.




WHAT’S THE JAM #6
free, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, printed, 25 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

I’m a big fan of handwritten (yet legible) zines, especially if the person who wrote it likes hardcore.


THAT’S NOT SKANKING #7
½” x 8 ½”, 22 pgs., photocopied
By Craven

A zine that covers the Manchester ska scene, put out by TNS Records.


SIX PACK #0
free, 8 ½” x 11”, printed, 73 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

The paper smells good and there are some pictures of Minor Threat and Fugazi that are really fun to stare at.


RITSHAG #10
$2, 8½” x 5½”, copied, 28 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

This nonsensical comic has a how-to that’s riddled with shitty spelling, a centerfold that’s full of doodles, a few reviews, and stream-of-consciousness rants.


RISE AND THE FALL OF THE HARBOR AREA, THE #14
$3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 40 pgs., offset
By Craven

This issue includes info on all things San Pedro—punk and otherwise.


MISHAP #27
$2 or trade, 5 ½ x 8 ½, photocopied, 32pgs.
By Will Kwiatkowski

There is about a decade’s worth of good book recommendations in here (if you’re a slow reader), along with some good stories about favorite and “first” books.


LIKE A BOWLING BALL THROUGH THE DOOR: A PERSONAL ANTHOLOGY, PART I
$3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 92 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Here’s a dude who grew up in a suburb of New Jersey and, instead of dying there, found stuff—punk and comedy—that helped give him forge his own identity. And that’s a really cool thing to see happen in a zine that’s primary about other people.


KID CUTBANK #2
$1.50, 5 ½” x 8 ½” 28 pgs., photocopied
By Craven

There’s a new kid in town. Recognize!


GREAT MYSPACE SWINDLE, THE
$2 or trade, 5 ½ x 8 ½, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By Will Kwiatkowski

It’s a zine! It’s a social experiment! It’s an exposé on the faceless and pseudo-personal world of social networking!


GOT MYSELF #4
$5, 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 32 pgs.
By Matt Average

I’m starting to see more music-based zines these days, and I feel that’s a good thing. People need to document this music, no matter what era we’re in.


DUDES MAGAZINE #14
$4, full-size, printed with glossy cover, 76 pgs.
By Vincent Battilana

After a bit of deliberation and reading over some of the other choices, I realized that “bitch” was in fact being used to praise things and that some Dudes like shitty songs.


DISTORT #27
8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 10 pgs.
By Daryl Gussin

Focusing primarily on punk/hardcore made outside the “axis of evil” of the U.S., Japan, and Sweden, you get the lowdown on a lot of great bands that would remain overlooked in the international punk community.


DISTORT #26
$40 subscription, 8” x 11 ¾”, photocopied, 12 pgs.
By Matt Average

If you absolutely love punk, hardcore, or whatever it’s being called at the moment, then Distort is the zine for you.


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